GEOServices LLC
Main Office: (865) 539-8242

Environmental Services

Our full service environmental natural resource and cultural resource permitting firm is capable of handling any size project.  With a professional staff of Geologists, Archaeologists, Engineers, Biologists, Environmental Scientists, Fisheries Biologists and Natural Resources Biologists we are qualified to meet your project’s needs.  Our Environmental Department develops plans and procedures for compliance with environmental laws and regulations for public and private sector organizations throughout the Southeast. Through our work, we help clients minimize risk while meeting their organizational goals for environmental stewardship and financial management. Often our efforts include providing clients with all appropriate inquiry (AAI) services to be proactive  in identifying and minimizing the potential liabilities associated with mergers and acquisitions. Our environmental management specialists are professionals with technical expertise across a broad range of environmental disciplines and with backgrounds in consulting for commercial and federal clients.

Our services include:

 Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments

 Environmental business risk analysis

 Wetland delineation

  Wetland mitigation

 Clean Water Act Section 404 Permit and Section 401 State Certification acquisition

 Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Aquatic Resources Alteration Permit (ARAP)

Stream mitigation monitoring

Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control (EPSC)

    Asbestos containing materials surveys (ACM)

 Underground Storage Tank removal and media sampling

Recent Environment Engineering Projects:

Potters Ford Road Bridge, Obed River

developed and implemented a water quality monitoring plan. Conducted water quality monitoring on a daily basis during bridge construction for eight months at the Obed River in Crossville, Tennessee.

Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse 

Phase I ESAs conducted in locations throughout the region in  accordance with ASTM Standard 1527-05 and Lowe’s protocols for purchase of properties.

North Nashville Development

soil and groundwater sampling across three city blocks over a period of 8 months.  This soil and groundwater investigation involved over 50 borings and four test pits in an area developed on top of a former residential dump site and near several underground storage tanks.

Knox County Public Building Authority

Limited Phase II soil and groundwater investigation. Soil borings across the property and adjoining property  were completed to determine the location of underground storage tanks and recommendations were made for future use possibilities.

RPB Builders

Wetland delineations at sites totaling over 40 acres of existing wetlands. Delineations were to facilitate a new retail development. Offsite mitigation and creation of wetland bank were proposed and submitted to USACE, TDEC, and TVA.